Blending is the act of cooking a berry into a Pokéblock. To blend, the user must select a berry, click the 'BLEND' button, and then click 'READY!'. Only one berry can be added at a time, and it is not possible to cook with other people. Once 'READY!' is pressed, the blending mini-game begins. To play, click the blender when the two red arrows line up. Anywhere can be clicked, so long as it's the blender. Successful clicks will make the blender move faster, and have a higher chance for a Pokéblock+.
There are three types of marks: Perfect, hit, and miss.
- A perfect means the blender was pressed exactly when the arrows were aligned, and will greatly speed up the blender.
- Hit means the blender was pressed when the arrows were relatively aligned, and will moderately speed up the blender.
- A miss means the blender was pressed when the arrows were not aligned at all, and will slow the blender down.
The more perfects and hits the user gets, the higher the chance of receiving a Pokéblock+.
At the end of the game, the user is shown their number of perfects, hits, and misses. They are also shown their maximum rotations per minute (written as RPM) to see how fast their blender got. Finally, they are presented with the Pokéblock they produced.
QuickBlend is a way to mass-produce Pokéblocks. Up to 99 Pokéblocks can be made at once. However, the chance of producing a Pokéblock+ is greatly reduced. QuickBlend skips the blending mini-game.
Pokéblocks can be fed to Pokémon to raise their Contest stats. It is possible for a Pokéblock to raise more than one stat at a time, though usually, one stat will be raised higher than the other. In the case of Gold Pokéblocks, two stats are raised evenly. Which stats are raised vary by the flavour of the Pokéblock. Red, blue, pink, green and yellow only have one flavour so only one stat is raised. The rest raise multiple based on their flavour. The following table shows what stat is raised based on flavour.
Each Pokéblock also has a level of feel. The higher the feel, the more sheen is raised upon consumption. Once a Pokémon hits maximum sheen, it will not eat any more Pokéblocks. A Pokéblock+, rarely made while blending berries, increases sheen significantly less.
Pokémon's stat gain is effected by berry flavour preference. Preferred flavour increases stat gain, disliked flavour reduces stat gain and neutral is neutral. With multi-flavours, primary and secondary flavour are considered equal. If a Pokémon likes the primary flavour and another Pokémon likes the secondary flavour, then both will receive the same stat gain from the Pokéblock. The same goes for the disliked flavour. If a Pokémon likes one of the flavours but dislikes the other flavour, then the disliked flavour won't affect the stat gain and it will be treated as a liked Pokéblock.
Pokéblocks are labelled with a number, written in Roman numerals, and a letter. The number, also referred to as level, indicates how effective the Pokéblock is, as well as how high the smoothness is. The higher the number, the more the stat is raised. The letter indicates what flavour combination it is, if it has more than one. Pokéblocks with only one flavour have no letter.
List of Pokéblocks
Levels can be found in a separate chart.
In addition, there are a number of Consumables with special effects that are not obtained through the Berry Blender. They are listed here in Pokéblocks for reference.
|Blue PokéBlock MAX||Raises a Pokémon's Beauty to max.|
|Black Pokéblock||Tournament Shop||Resets a Pokémon's Contest appeal and Sheen.|
Gold Pokéblocks will always have a +3 boost and 5 feel, as they don't have levels. A Pokéblock+ will have the same feel and stat boost as its regular counterpart, but will not increase sheen as much.
|I||Red, Blue, Pink, Green, Yellow||+ 0 ↑||●●|
|Purple, Indigo, Brown, LiteBlue, Olive||+ 0 ↑||●●|
|II||Red, Blue, Pink, Green, Yellow||+ 0 ↑||●|
|Purple, Indigo, Brown, LiteBlue, Olive||+ 0 ↑||●|
|III||Red, Blue, Pink, Green, Yellow||+ 3 ↑||●●●●●|
|Purple, Indigo, Brown, LiteBlue, Olive||+ 1 ↑||●●●|
|IV||Red, Blue, Pink, Green, Yellow||N/A||N/A|
|Purple, Indigo, Brown, LiteBlue, Olive||+ 2 ↑||●●●●|
|V||Red, Blue, Pink, Green, Yellow||N/A||N/A|
|Purple, Indigo, Brown, LiteBlue, Olive||+ 3 ↑||●●●●|
List of Berries
The level and flavour combination of the Pokéblock produced is directly based on the Berry used. The same Berry will always produce the same type of Pokéblock.
- The Berry Blender was introduced on September 11th, 2017. However, Pokéblocks existed beforehand, in the form of the Blue Pokéblock MAX.
- It is not possible to get less than 30.00 max RPM.